The primary mission objectives of the International Cometary Explorer (ICE) Comet Mission are to determine the composition and physical state of the Giacobini-Zinner Comet's nucleus; to determine the processes that governs the composition and distribution of neutral and ionized species in the cometary atmosphere; and to investigate the interaction between the solar wind and the cometary atmosphere. The spacecraft was in a halo orbit around the Sun-Earth libration point until it was moved 10 Jun. 1982 to the Earth's Geomagnetic Tail (GT). The spacecraft reached the GT in Jan. 1983 and remained there until Dec. 1983, at which time a lunar swing-by placed the spacecraft in a trajectory heliocentric orbit which encountered the comet Giacobini-Zinner in Sep. 1985. The spacecraft provided observations of solar wind upstream of Halley's Comet in 1986. Information is presented in tabular form and includes the following areas: Deep Space Network support, frequency assignments, telemetry, command, and tracking support responsibilities.